On this page you will find resources relating to gender reassignment, one of the protected characteristics under the Equality Act 2010
Gender reassignment in the Equality Act refers to living in a different gender than the one you were assigned at birth. This section also includes a wider range of resources on gender identity and Trans inclusion.
This video (right), from the Equality and Human Rights Comission (EHRC), explains more about discrimination against Trans people.
The resources on this site, from Stonewall Scotland, provide advice, guidance and examples of good practice on employment and service deliver for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) people.
This guide, developed by the Royal College of Nursing for nursing and healthcare professionals, is designed to help you respond to the needs of service users who identify as trans or non-binary.
This page offers information about LGBT+ people and bereavement, including fears about death and bereavement, how to talk about an LGBT+ person who has died, and experiences of bereavement for LGBT+ partners.